Depending on the circumstances, the following types of behavior may constitute Sexual Harassment:
* Unwanted comments about an individual’s body, clothing or lifestyle that have sexual implications or demean the individual’s sexuality or gender;
* Unwanted sexual flirtations, leering or ogling;
* Unwanted sexual advances and propositions;
* Unwanted display of sexually demeaning objects, pictures or cartoons in areas visible to other members of the University community;
* Threats or insinuations that an individual’s refusal or willingness to submit to sexual advances will affect the individual’s status, evaluation, grades, wages, advancement, duties or career development;
* Unwanted and intentional sexual touching, patting, pinching, or brushing another’s body or clothing;
* Stalking, telephone or computer harassment, dating violence, sexual assault or date rape.